The early, close relationship between mother and child.
A mutually reinforcing relationship between two persons who are dependent on each other; a normal characteristic of the relationship between the mother and infant child. See separation-individuation.
A general mechanism in all human thinking by which some mental representation comes to stand for some other thing, class of things, or attribute of something. This mechanism underlies dream formation and some symptoms, such as conversion reactions, obsessions, and compulsions. The link between the latent meaning of the symptom and the symbol is usually.
Symbyax is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): fluoxetine hydrochloride; olanzapine.
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About half of pregnant women will develop these pink or reddish streaks on their breasts, hips, or abdomen sometime during pregnancy as elastic fibers stretch and rupture in their skin. While stretch marks can't be prevented, they will fade slowly after delivery.
Subzonal sperm insertion
A variation of in-vitro fertilization in which the sperm is surgically implanted into the egg.
Sudden infant death syndrome
The death, with no clear cause, of an infant between 1 and 12 months old. Putting an infant to sleep on her back has been shown to reduce the risk of SIDS.
A woman who bears a child for a couple. Usually the surrogate is artificially inseminated with the man's sperm, though in some cases an embryo is implanted in a surrogate.
The standard diagnostic test for cystic fibrosis, which measures the amount of salt in a person's sweat. A high level of salt indicates cystic fibrosis.
Short wavelength sensitive cones (blue). Are most sensitive to a wavelength of approximately 419nm. (See also L Cones and M Cones).
The richness of hue. Indicates how much a color has been diluted by grayness.
Dim light conditions where only rods are functional.
Captures differences in granularity and slope.
Second-Order motion mechanisms
Capture motion information from moving properties such as a moving are of flicker in which there is no difference in mean luminance between target and background.
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